Tag Archives: apps

iPhone Icon Keychains Can’t Multitask Either

These iPhone Icon Keychains might not have any other use but looking cool, but whoever said you needed anything more than that? You won’t be any closer to multitasking and you’ll have a perpetual quartet of e-mail messages waiting for your attention, but the cuteness geeky factor is surely worth it. Yes, yes? A set of three iPhone Icon Keychains ...

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Spelling Out Words with your Mac OS X Dock

Remember in school when you’d waste time by trying to make funny words with your calculator (lol, “boobs”)? We’ve grown up. We’re way past the days of trying to make naughty words on our tools of arithmetic. These days, we’ve turned to our Mac OS X docks for our creative word challenges. Check out some more words after the jump ...

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App Growth: Palm vs Apple

Oh boy. This chart is just TOO GOOD not to post. It shows how long it took Apple to roll out 50,000 applications on its App Store (about 10 months) and compares that to Palm’s turtle-esque growth. After more than ten years, the Palm OS (not to be confused with the Pre’s WebOS) had only ~29,000 apps. What does that ...

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HTC To Ship More Android Devices This Year

Good news for consumers who are looking for a hot cellphone that isn’t an iPhone. HTC is set to release “at least three” new Android devices in 2009. The report comes from a Merrill Lynch technology conference where CEO Peter Chou responded to a question about Android-based devices. This is a good move by HTC. While the T-Mobile G1 is ...

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Apple iPhone OS 3.0 Coming Soon

Next week, on March 17th, Apple will invite several journalists to California to show off a new version of the iPhone OS. It’s rumored to be the 3.0 update, which would bring MMS, copy-and-paste and an improved SDK. Of course, these are all rumors but it’d make sense. Apple is really behind in the game of picture messaging and the ...

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RIM Job: Blackberry App World Demands Your Money

So RIM has officially announced the Blackberry App World. Stupid name, yes, but it should be considered a serious competitor to Apple’s App Store. Similar to the App Store, App World will have some free apps for you to download. But as far as paid apps go, the minimum price a developer can set an app at is $2.99. To ...

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Android Market Finally Gets Paid Apps

The T-Mobile G1 is really enjoying its time in the limelight thanks to it being the only available Android phone at the moment. With that said, it’s taken Google quite awhile to roll out paid apps on the Android Market. This is no good considering that Apple’s App Store is the undisputed king of application shopping. It’s good to see ...

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Editing Sound With Photoshop

You may be used to making music with apps like GarageBand, Logic Pro and Pro Tools. But did you know, that you can use the world’s most popular photo-editing software to manipulate sound? Using a program called Photosounder, John Keston was able to save a piano recording as a bitmap image file. He then loaded it into Photoshop, added some ...

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Best Buy Releases API

I don’t know how I should feel about this. I’m very scared and feel very confused. In a move that is very unlike them, Best Buy decided to open up its entire product catalog to developers via an API. Dubbed “Remix,” the API will allow developers to earn affiliate cash by using Best Buy’s images, information and, of course, online ...

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